Executive Producer / Producer of Todd & The Book of Pure Evil. After graduating from McGill University in 1994 with a B.Sc. in Anatomy, Andrew Rosen volunteered on short films at the Canadian Film Centre (finding little work in freelance human dissection.) He soon landed his dream job as Assistant to the Director on Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy in 1995. After receiving his B.Ed. at University of Toronto in 1997, he was hired by Alliance Atlantis as a Production Executive in the feature film department, monitoring all aspects of production on films including Sunshine,eXistenZ, New Waterford Girl and The Good Thief. In 2002, Andrew produced the award-winning short film COUNTDOWN, and graduated from the Producer’s Lab at the Canadian Film Centre where he produced two short comedies, Squeezebox and Genie-nominated festival favourite The Dog Walker. Andrew then worked with Universal Studios and the producers of the feature films Dawn of the Dead and Cinderella Man, before co-founding Aircraft Pictures in 2005.
Aircraft Pictures is an independent film, television and digital media production company, creating entertaining and thought-provoking productions for a worldwide audience. Founded in 2005, the Toronto-based company’s principal producing partners are Anthony Leo and Andrew Rosen. Aircraft Pictures’ most recent production is the supernatural comedy television series Todd & The Book of Pure Evil for Space/CTV (a co-production with Frantic Films and Corvid Pictures) and is currently in pre-production on the web/television series What’s Up, Warthogs! for Family Channel. Aircraft also co-produced four television movies for Nickelodeon and Family Channel, including Roxy Hunter & The Mystery of the Moody Ghost and Roxy Hunter & The Secret of the Shaman which have been sold in over 100 countries. In addition, Aircraft has several television and feature film projects in development, including the dramatic feature The River of Blood based on the true-life story of Somali-Canadian hip-hop artist K’naan set for production in 2011.